We Always Come Home
Toy Matinee


We Always Come Home Lyrics

Father was born by Daisy May Welch Mister was a barber, never learned to drive In the old house his brother's first son Next to where the eldest died When I was a child of five Chorus: We always come home We always come home We always come home We always wander home Mother was a smart one, ran the town news A thing they called The Diamond Drill Father worked the lifts in the old Tobin mine He always loved the saxophone But he had to keep us all alive Chorus Another time, would you be brave enough There's no more growing up See the crystal falling Hear the old town calling Another place, but do you dream enough Afraid of waking up See the Crystal Falling Hear the old town calling you away Grandma's buried on the big hill since fall Right next to where grandpa lies They've gone away but they've saved a place for me That's where I'll be some day And it's so good to know Chorus

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Songwriter(s): Patrick Leonard
Publisher(s): Lemonjello Music, Emi April Music Inc.
Record Label(s): 2001 Reprise Records Inc Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company
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